Dark Fae Kindle Edition
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This book is a different take on romance and love. From the real world, there is another one cloaked and veiled. To enter this world, you need a Skeleton Key. Hence, the name of this series.
This is my first read in the series. I was happy to find that different authors write within the complete series. A refreshing take of each of their imaginations. A great concept.
This story is a tale of Tessa. Found as a baby, she became the poster child of the foster home syndrome. Never did she fit in. Never did she find her spot. Now as an adult, the past continues as in her profession and the dangerous neighborhood she has an apartment in. Keeping your head down, seeing nothing and saying nothing is her mode of operandi. Yet, she has a tenderness for those that share her struggle, like every night feeding the homeless man that has taken residence down the hall from her apartment.
Her life begins to change upon the discovery that she has an Aunt, who just recently passed away. She feels a need to go to her home. Which she finds her Aunt has left her a Skeleton Key. She begins an adventure of excitement, confusion, joy and pain. She meets Nye Steele, hot razor blade sharp wings, dark features and razor sharp nails. The book takes you through a quest for truth, for love, a knowledge of survivorship and a real place that feels like home.
I loved the story. The intricate details actually made me feel Tessa and every part of her life. You literally walk in her moccasins. You enter a magical world, but it is as dangerous as the one you really live in. Boy, I do so love an adventure and that was delivered.
The story is a short read and you can feel little things missing. You don't have the luxury of knowing every character in full, but that is okay. There are grammatical errors but, again, this doesn't take away from the story. Your imagination will thank you for reading and enjoying the ride. You will want more of the adventure and hope that the author fulfills your cry.
Overall, Thank You greatly Author Lillian Cartier. I really enjoyed the story. I look forward to reading more. 😉